TNS Expands EMEA Managed Hosting Coverage to More Key Data Centers

TNS’ managed hosting solution utilizes the company’s “ultra-low latency” Layer 1 technology which offers trade executions significantly faster than traditional Layer 3 architectures. Today’s announcement confirms its availability at the Interxion London data center, the ICE European Liquidity Center in Basildon, the Equinix LD4 data center in Slough and the Equinix FR2 data center in Frankfurt.

Scott Feagans
“TNS is committed to making our innovative solutions available in as many key data centers as possible,” said Scott Feagans, Vice President of Technology and Strategy for TNS’ Financial Services business.

Founded in 1990, TNS offers a range of connectivity, hosting, cloud, hub, VPN and other solutions, specifically designed and engineered to address the needs of financial market participants worldwide. It currently connects more than 2,100 financial community endpoints globally.

TNS Managed Hosting solution enables traders to benefit from TNS’ global Point-of-Presence (PoP) footprint and extensive existing on-net connections, which include more than 60 exchanges.

“TNS is committed to making our innovative solutions available in as many key data centers as possible,” said Scott Feagans, Vice President of Technology and Strategy for TNS’ Financial Services business. “Adding more colocation facilities to our comprehensive network and incorporating the latest state-of-the-art technology cements our position as the managed service provider with fast, reliable and secure global coverage”

Traders

TNS Layer 1 is an ultra-low latency solution which would use a “simple, single hop architecture to deliver connectivity in as little as 5 to 85 nanoseconds.”

“Our solutions are designed to help traders achieve their greatest potential. Accessing exchanges through TNS is much more cost effective than traders procuring their own exchange connection,” added Feagans. “We also deliver a lower total cost of ownership as clients do not need to buy dedicated hardware or data space and can benefit from TNS’ cost efficiencies, rack optimized cabling and design.”

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